Below you will find information on commonly asked business questions about Brexit and answers based on the two key Brexit scenarios (Deal or No-Deal). To help you pin point which areas your business needs more information on, remember to complete your FREE Business Brexit Health Check for your personalised report on how Brexit may impact your business.
If your business employs EU nationals, employs UK nationals working in the EU or undertakes business travel to the EU there are some Brexit fundamentals that you should be aware of. Find quick fire answers to key questions on the EU Settlement Scheme, rights of UK nationals to work in the EU and more here.
If your business buys or sells goods or services from/to partners in the EU (or one of the nations the EU has a trade deal with) there are some Brexit fundamentals that you should be aware of. Find quick fire answers to key questions on customs, tariffs, market access, trusted trader schemes and more here.
If your business has functions based in both the EU and UK, is regulated by and EU agency, sells products accredited to EU standards or transfers data into or out of the EU there are some Brexit fundamentals that you should be aware of. Find quick fire answers to key questions on UKCA Marking, data protection requirements, protecting intellectual property and more here.
If your business receives EU funding either directly or via a business support organisation there are some Brexit fundamentals that you should be aware of. Find quick fire answers to key questions on the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, future of EU funded business support and more here.
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Ensure that your staff are fully prepared for all Brexit scenarios, whether it be in export documentation or knowing how to conduct your business deals in new markets.
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FREE resources for businesses on Brexit including answers to commonly asked questions and local facts and stats
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The GBCC Brexit Advisory Group is comprised of Brexit experts and business community representatives. It acts as a sounding and advisory board for GBCC Brexit activity. Current members of the group are: